The MICS group conducts research in the area of multifunctional integrated circuits and systems, specifically analog, mixed-signal, and RF/microwave/mm-wave IC designs, and optoelectronics. Target applications for such circuits and systems include: energy harvesting, neuromorphic computing, network on chip, phased arrays, thermo-photovoltaic cells, wireless / wireline communications, harsh environment communications, and beyond. The MICS group within the ECE Department of Virginia Tech conducts research in the area of multifunctional integrated circuits and systems, specifically analog, mixed-signal, RF/microwave/mm-wave IC designs, and optoelectronics, in advanced silicon and related emerging technologies. Target applications for such circuits and systems include: wireless / wireline communications; millimeter-wave and terahertz radios, radars and imaging sensors; harsh environment communications; energy harvesting and beyond. The group currently comprises of five ECE faculty members and about 30 graduate students.
We would like to invite you and your colleagues to our 6th annual “MICS Day” scheduled on March 6 (Tuesday), 2018, and social dinner gathering in the night before. Like the previous year, this year’s event will also be held jointly with the Center for Embedded Systems for Critical Applications (CESCA) within the Bradley Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE). All MICS and CESCA students and faculty members will present their research activities, and we invite you to make a presentation about your company, relevant product developments, and R&D interests. The MICS Day offers a great opportunity to learn more about on-going MICS research activities, tour MICS and other ECE labs, and recruit MICS students for co-ops, internships, and permanent positions.
If you and/or your colleagues are interested in attending or finding out more about MICS Day, please feel free to contact Prof. Dong Ha. We welcome your attendance and are looking forward to meeting you at the upcoming MICS Day.
Dong Ha, Director and Professor
firstname.lastname@example.org, (540) 231-4942